Adam Ondra Climbs New F8c+ in South Africaby Jack Geldard - Editor - UKC Jul/2009
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Adam Ondra has climbed a long standing project at the South African sport venue of Montagu. Mazawattee is graded F8c+ (South African 35) and was bolted in the late 1990's by Sean Maasch.
Quoted on the Climbing.co.za is an eye witness account:
"He did grunt a bit going through the cruxy top section - apparently this is only the second time he has really grunted on his trip here."
Mazawattee is now graded harder than any other route in South Africa.
VIDEO: Ondra on Mazawattee
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